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Wednesday Fellowship

Details of our programme for the coming weeks can be found below

JUNE
28th Pam Martin will be showing pictures of the second half of her visit to China, this time covering the more touristy areas.

JULY
5th This is our AGM, which Keith Underhill has agreed to chair for us. This is an opportunity to have your say in the distribution of funds and the way the meetings are run. Suggestions for speakers are always very welcome

12th Lindsay White from the Blue Cross Animal Welfare Charity will give an illustrated talk about their work.

19th We end the term with a service of Holy Communion led by the Revd. Keith Underhill.

Nicky and Joan Clipsham are going to do as in the last few years and meet in the Parlour for tea and chat each Wednesday in August (starting on August 2nd ) and Wednesday 6th September.

Wednesday Fellowship begins again on 13th September.

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